Pounding like drums, it seemed like the rain would never end. Water rolled off the rocks and collected at the bottom as it slowly consumed the world. It had to be the tears of the goddesses - after all there had been no salt water in Hyrule prior to this horrible flood but now ... it seemed that fresh water was becoming a finite source. Hana honestly wondered if there would be any fresh water left at the top of the mountains, or the goddesses simply intended to kill them all and start fresh.
Sitting in the caves as she scaled the mountains, she had seen many races fall to their deaths, slipping on the wet rocks and falling to their death below. Sometimes the water would become red but it would be washed out by the torrential downpour within seconds. Other people died of hypothermia and of illnesses - not everybody were the Zora who thrived on being wet 24/7. Hana herself came close a couple of times but she had used a few red potions to supplement her health. She only had two left now - she needed to make them last.
However, lying on her back, staring up into the blue sky it was impossible to believe that it was an angry grey for two weeks. There wasn't much grass to cushion her, and water still clung tightly to her bronze skin, but the sun felt good. It honestly was like a fever dream, and if her body didn't ache and her stomach didn't loudly protest from the lack of food it had - a common occurence these last two weeks - she thought she had died and joined the goddesses and her sisters.
Fortunately it seemed she was alive. Or unfortunately, however you looked at it.
Hana's head lolled to the side as her chest moved up in down with her breaths as she tried to ascertain where she had ended up fleeing to. It was impossible to see in the storm, but now that she was awake and light for the first time was illuminating things ... it didn't seem like much. There was a large area and a cliff which seemed to drop down. Well she assumed it was a cliff - there was no water hungrily lapping at the shore although further down she though she caught a shimmering glimpse of the damned substance and ... the sound of a waterfall.
Groaning, she rolled over to her belly and pushed herself up, stumbling as she walked over to the side and looked down.
Below her there was a rather large lake - a lake since it was surrounded by land on all sides. There was rolling hills and some actual grass and shrubbery. No trees however, and some smaller plateaus. However, what really caught her interest was the fact there was four other bodies.
Are they dead? the Gerudo thought biting her thumb worriedly. She was too high up to tell. She had some rope though so ... Right, I need to find something to tie this thing to and go down and investigate.